Indopersian, 17th-18th century. 32” length. Cane shaft with lashed wood nock and broad double fullered point. The socket and fletch area both with polychrome decorated wrap. Excellent with good patina. The point crisp and bright. No evidence of ever having been fletched indicating its use in siege warfare where arrows were shot randomly.
Item ID: B6421

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